ASP.NET Core 8 and Angular – Sixth Edition: Full-stack web development with ASP.NET Core 8 and Angular

2024 年 3 月 30 日


Key Features:

Combine ASP.NET Core and Angular to build highly versatile web applications

Create a production-ready Single-Page Application (SPA) or Progressive Web Application (PWA)

Adopt a full-stack approach to handle data management, API documentation, Web APIs, end-to-end testing, security, and deployment

Book Description:

If you want to learn how to use ASP.NET Core with Angular effectively, this hands-on guide is for you.

Improve the way you create, debug, and deploy web applications while keeping in touch with the latest developments in .NET 8 and modern Angular, including .NET Minimal APIs and the new Angular standalone API defaults.

You’ll begin by setting up SQL Server 2022 and building a data model with Entity Framework Core. You’ll progress to fetching and displaying data, handling user input with Angular reactive forms, and implementing front-end and back-end validators for maximum effect. Later, you will perform advanced debugging and explore unit testing features with xUnit for .NET, and Jasmine and Karma for Angular. You’ll use Identity API endpoints in ASP.NET Core and functional route guards in Angular to add authentication and authorization to your apps. Finally, you’ll learn how to deploy to Windows, Linux, and Azure.

By the end of this book, you will understand how to tie together the front-end and back-end to build and deploy secure and robust web applications.

What You Will Learn:

Explore the new Angular and ASP.NET Core template with Visual Studio 2022

Use modern interfaces and patterns such as the HTML5 pushState API, webhooks, and UI data bindings

Add real-time capabilities to Angular apps with SignalR and gRPC

Implement authentication and authorization using JWTs

Perform DBMS structured logging using providers such as SeriLog

Convert a standard web application to a progressive web application (PWA)

Deploy an Angular app to Azure Static Web Apps

Add GraphQL support to back-end and front-end using HotChocolate and Apollo Angular

Who this book is for:

This book is for developers who have some familiarity with ASP.NET Core and Angular and want to learn how to use them effectively together.



作者: Sanctis, Valerio De

原文出版社:Packt Publishing